We spent our last trip of the season at Wolf Creek Campground in Windsor, IL with friends from my hometown of Indianapolis and their families. We had a great time and Wolf Creek was a pretty decent campground! Let me break it all down for you!
Alley Spring, near Eminence, Missouri, is part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, protected and maintained by the National Park Service (NPS). The spring is the 7th largest in the state, pumping an average 81 MILLION gallons per day. Alley Mill, situated on the bank of Alley Spring, was built in 1894 and is open seasonally for tours.
Formerly Camp Zoe and located in Eminence, MO, the beautiful Echo Bluff State Park is a relatively new park with lots to offer by way of accommodations and things to do. Nestled in the Ozarks near several springs, the waters of the Current River flow through this park, providing multiple areas for swimming and fishing, and it is a great place to stay if you are planning a float trip! There are even sightings of wild horses that roam the area!
Come along with us as we visit family in St. Augustine Florida and tour the Alligator Farm, take an airboat tour, go to the beach, and visit Kennedy Space Center in this photo + video travel log!
Inside the park is the spring that combines with Pigeon Creek to form the headwaters of the Current River. It is this spring that gives the water its beautiful green/blue hue. The water is so clear, you can see clear to the bottom of it. If you're a fisherman, this gives you a perfect view of where the fish are.
This time of year, with the rain and the air starting to warm, everything was just starting to bud and bloom. Hiking the Pickle Creek trail, we saw lots of small waterfalls as the water raced over the rocks. The creek has carved away at the sandstone around it creating beautiful bluffs and rock faces. Though those same rocks made this trail a more difficult trail, but it was worth it to see those bluffs with the creek racing along at the bottom, wildflowers and trees blooming up around the banks.
With 13 patterns, 20+ books, lots of outdoor adventures, 2020 was a busy year! Get a quick review of everything HB&W in 2020, including what books I loved, what books I didn't, and more!
Hailed as one of the top destinations for bachelorette parties and girls weekends alike, we were pretty excited for our trip. We ate, we drank, we laughed, and a good time was had by all....except maybe the kid at the bar who tried to pick up my friend Sarah (#yourenotagirlgoaway).
I'm throwing it back to this time last year, when shortly after getting the kids back to school, the hubs and I took a quick getaway to New York City. Neither of us had been before, and there was a lot we wanted to see and do while we were there. We had three days, … Continue reading 3.5 Days in NYC
Hi friends! The hubs and I recently returned from visiting Glacier National Park up in Montana, and I have to say that it was AMAZING! I'm not going to lie, the weather didn't want to cooperate with us, being cloudy and rainy more often than not, but even so, that didn't take away from the … Continue reading 3.5 Days in Glacier National Park